Nickelodeon has elevated 11-year veterans Steve Keller and Eric Coleman to
vice president of live-action development and production and VP of animation
development and production, respectively.
Both report to senior VP of production Marjorie Cohn.
Keller, previously executive director, is charged with supervising the
development and production of all of the kids’ network’s live-action series,
including newcomer Romeo! and the ninth season of sketch comedy All
Coleman, who also had served in an executive-director role, will supervise
the development and production of animation properties, including the recently
launched My Life as a Teenage Robot. He worked as development executive
on the pilot for SpongeBob SquarePants in 1997, and he has overseen the
top-rated kids’ show.
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